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      Giggle Incontinence (Leaking with Laughing): It’s Not So Funny If It’s Happening to You

      Giggle Incontinence

      Giggle Incontinence was first reported in 1959 in children. Unlike adult women who leak urine with laughing, due to stress incontinence, in children the reason for GI is not entirely known. It has been proposed that perhaps it’s due to an overactive bladder, or some release of pelvic muscle control with extreme emotional discharge.

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